User:EarthFurst/List of mascots

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This is a list of animal mascots:

(List in progress. Feel free to add to it.)

mascot name species image organization name other
Aleksandr Orlov meerkat
car insurance firm
Anima felinsect (butterfly-winged feline) Cartoon/Fantasy Organization - New York chapter
Amy the Squirrel squirrel Amiga (UNOFFICIAL mascot)
Astro Cat cat The Bulletin (published by Greater Vancouver Japanese Canadian Citizens’ Association)
B.C. Tigress tiger CAAT Studios
Barney Beaver beaver Toronto Transit Commission safety mascot
Bitdefender brand avatar half wolf/half dragon BitDefender brand avatar/logo
Brok badger
Bundy R. Bear bear > polar bear
Bundaberg Distilling Company - Bundaberg Rum logo
Coyote, The coyote San Antonio Spurs
DomoRoo and Jumper kangaroo Domo Gasoline
Fairborne and Fairchild[1]  ? Minnesota State Fair
Fanta aquatic skiltaire
Cartoon/Fantasy Organization
Goldy Gopher Gopher University of Minnesota
Hopper rabbit
Hopper of Hoppin Hydros.jpg
Hoppin Hydros
Hopper the Kangaroo[2] Kangaroo Dish Network
Kenny Kangaroo Kangaroo Kennywood
Miga bear: sea bear (mythical hybrid of orca & Kermode bear)[3] 2010 Winter Olympics
Mukmuk marmot: Vancouver Island marmot
2010 Winter Olympics (friend of the olympic mascots)
Nittany Lion (Wp) lion > Mountain lion[4] Pennsylvania State University
Owl (possibly unnamed) Owl University of British Columbia, Arts Undergraduate Society Replaced UBC AUS's previous mascot "Barney" in early 2014 [1]
Pelle the Penguin Penguin Corpell's Water
Quatchi sasquatch 2010 Winter Olympics
Rampage sheep (a ram)? [2] Camosun College, Camosun Chargers
Rikter the Cyberdog
Sumi chimera (of orca, thunderbird and black bear)[5] 2010 Winter Paralympics
Thunder[3] Thunderbird University of British Columbia, athletics
To Lucky Tiger Hanshin Tigers baseball team


  2. DISH Launches New Marketing Campaign; Featuring Voice of Award-Winning Actress Rebel Wilson as Hopper the Kangaroo. Retrieved March 10, 2015.
  4. Penn State website - Celebrating Our Sesquicentennial 27th in a series. Retrieved December 2, 2014.